Hi again and thanks for that information.
And EXCELLENT question might I add.
First, a low or older battery CAN (and does) cause "disconnect issues" when they start to fail. As a matter of fact, that is one of the first symptoms that is most common.
If it was ME, I would start by replacing the battery pack(s) in ONE or TWO of the handsets - the ones that you use the most. OR you can simply try putting the handsets that are near you most of the time in another location - where you will NOT hear the "chirps".
Now if what I suspect is true (the batteries are old and wearing out), then ALL of the handsets WILL start to chirp (or beep), as the battery packs completely wear out. But this may take a few weeks, or perhaps even MONTHS, depending on how often a particular handset has been used.
So that is why I would recommend replacing ONE or TWO battery packs at a time, as it will save money and if you can continue to use the handsets that have been in the other rooms, then that should allow you replace the batteries "slowly", instead of all at once.
Now for the replacements, you MAY be able to find these at a local store, that carries a lot of cordless phones (department stores, office supply & electronics stores, etc.), and you may be able to find a good price. But I also wanted to send you a link Amazon (Click Here
) that shows a 2-pack for a pretty good price, and it will give you something to compare prices against. You do NOT have to buy from Amazon, that link is only an example for you to look at.
Please let me know what you find or REPLY if you have more questions or symptoms to report.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX